Tony Ortega: Magia Chicana

July 24-November 13, 2021

Green Room Gallery

Free Admission

A survey of works by Denver-based artist, Tony Ortega, exploring the magic of the Hispanic culture that has been woven into the tapestry of America. Iconic Mexican images are often fused with American pop culture, creating a cultural hybridity. Many images in this exhibition richly depict the love of family and community, the manual labor, and the zest for life Hispanics have brought to American culture.

Tony Ortega holds an MFA in drawing and painting from the University of Colorado and is currently a professor for Regis University. He is the recipient of the coveted Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts (1999) and the Mayor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts (1998). He has been a working artist and teacher for the past 36 years and is known for his vibrant, colorful artwork. Tony Ortega’s lifelong goal is to contribute to a better understanding of cultural diversity by addressing the culture, history and experiences of Chicanos/Latinos through his art. His work can be found in Denver Art Museum, Los Angeles County Museum and the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center.  He has exhibited extensively in United States, Latin America and other parts of the world.

*The Foote Gallery can be reserved and may be closed for private events or meetings from time to time. Please call the Museum front desk at 970-962-2410 to verify exhibit availability prior to arrival.

Advance Tickets

The Loveland Museum is currently open to the general public.

Masks are not required. Individuals over age 11 that are not fully vaccinated are encouraged to continue wearing masks in all public indoor spaces where members of different households are present. Physical distancing is still encouraged indoors whenever possible.

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